Hickman Hybrid Device Systems

Education

Dr. Hickman currently teaches the following courses.

Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

EEL 5272: Biomedical Sensors

3(3,0). PR: None. Study of the general engineering concepts behind the various biomedical sensors currently used to monitor a patient undergoing clinical therapy or that are under development, as well as technologies utilized in fabrication of these devices.


Department of Materials Science & Engineering

EMA 4506: Emerging Materials

3 Credit hours. The course comprises classroom lectures, which will include guest lectures from experts working in the field of advanced and emerging materials.

EMA 5937: Fabrication & Applications of Clinical Sensors

3(3,0). PR: None. Study of the engineering concepts behind the various clinical sensors currently used or under development, as well as technologies utilized in fabrication of these devices.

Positions are available at the hybrid systems lab for motivated and enthusiastic Ph.D. students with particular interests in either surface chemistry or bioengineering research. Candidates should send a CV listing education, relevant experience and any publications to Dr. Hickman for consideration.

The hybrid systems lab also offers undergraduate and master’s degree research projects to particularly keen, hard-working students. Places are limited so please contact Dr. Hickman to enquire about current available positions.

Hybrid Systems Lab, NanoScience Technology Center at the University of Central Florida
E-mail: Cathleen.Wolf@ucf.edu  •  Phone: 407.882.1121  •  Fax: 407.882.2819
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